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Tourist Development Tax & Local Business Tax Receipts

Tourist Development Tax & Local Business Tax Receipts In addition to Motorist and Property Tax services, the Flagler County Tax Collector’s Office also offers Tourist Development Tax and Local Business Tax Receipts. Not all services are available at all locations. Please see our Office Locations page for a full list of available services at each location.Property TaxesTourist Development Tax & …

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Property Tax Reports

Property Tax Reports Access the reports listed below: Real Estate / Property Tax Reports Tangible Property Reports Central Assessment Reports Click Here to Search or Pay Online Property TaxesTourist Development Tax & Local Business Tax ReceiptsProperty Tax ReportsExemptions & Confidentiality RequestProperty Tax Address ChangeHomestead Tax Deferral ProgramTax Deed ProcessPurchasing County Held CertificatesTax Certificate InformationUnderstanding Your Tax NoticeInstallment Payment PlanImportant Dates …

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Exemptions & Confidentiality Request

Exemptions & Confidentiality Request Please visit the Property Appraiser’s website at https://www.flaglerpa.com. Confidentiality Request To request confidential status, per Florida Statutes 119.071(4)(d), for property tax and/or tangible tax please contact the Property Appraiser’s Office at (386) 313-4150. To request confidential status for Department of Motor Vehicles and/or Driver’s Licenses, you will need to contact the Bureau of Records at (850) …

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Property Tax Address Change

Property Tax Address Change Mailing address changes can be made by going to the Flagler County Property Appraiser’s property search page at www.flaglerpa.com.  If you have any questions, you can contact them directly by calling 386-313-4150. Please note: If the property owner has not received a tax bill, for whatever reason, it is the property owner’s responsibility to inquire as …

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Homestead Tax Deferral Program

Homestead Tax Deferral Program Tax deferral is designed to help taxpayers whose income is low relative to the amount of real estate tax due on their residence. The deferral becomes a lien on the property. County residents that are entitled to claim homestead exemption may defer payment of a portion of the combined total of ad valorem taxes and non-ad …

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Tax Deed Process

Tax Deed Process Things you may want to know about the Tax Deed Process A Tax Deed Application (TDA) (Florida Statute 197.502) is the sale of property for the unpaid taxes, interest and costs of sale. A TDA is initiated by a certificate/lien holder by accessing https://lienhub.com/county/flagler/portfolio when their certificate is 2 years old from the date of delinquency and …

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Purchasing County Held Certificates

Purchasing County Held Certificates Certificates that do not sell at the tax certificate sale become property of the County and are available for purchase through our vendor’s website – LienHub. County held certificates are not available for purchase while our vendor is preparing for the annual tax certificate sale to be held on June 1. County held certificates are available …

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Tax Certificate Information

Tax Certificate Information A Tax Certificate is a enforceable first lien against property for unpaid real estate taxes. It is not a purchase of property. Florida statutes require the Tax Collector conduct a sale of tax certificates beginning on or before June 1st for the preceding year’s delinquent real estate taxes. Prior to the tax certificate sale, the Tax Collector …

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Understanding Your Tax Notice

Understanding Your Tax Notice Understanding Your Tax Notice Sample Tax Notice – Front Sample Tax Notice – Back 1. Account # Individual number assigned to each property. 2. Property Owner and Address If this information is incorrect, contact the Property Appraiser’s Office at (386) 313-4150 3. Legal Description of Property If incorrect, contact Property Appraiser’s office (386) 313-4150 4. Amount …

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Installment Payment Plan

Installment Payment Plan Taxpayers may choose to pay their property taxes quarterly by participating in an installment payment plan. Plan Requirements To be eligible for the program, the taxpayers’ estimated taxes must be in excess of $100.00. The first installment payment must be made by July 31. Failure to make the first installment payment will automatically cancel the participant from …